Simon Segar
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Speciation in fig wasps
JM Cook, ST Segar
Ecological Entomology 35, 54-66, 2010
1222010
A role for parasites in stabilising the fig-pollinator mutualism
DW Dunn, ST Segar, J Ridley, R Chan, RH Crozier, DW Yu, JM Cook
PLoS biology 6 (3), e59, 2008
972008
Convergent structure of multitrophic communities over three continents
ST Segar, RAS Pereira, SG Compton, JM Cook
Ecology Letters 16 (12), 1436-1445, 2013
442013
The butterflies of Barro Colorado Island, Panama: local extinction since the 1930s
Y Basset, H Barrios, S Segar, RB Srygley, A Aiello, AD Warren, F Delgado, ...
PLoS One 10 (8), e0136623, 2015
432015
Community structure of insect herbivores is driven by conservatism, escalation and divergence of defensive traits in Ficus
M Volf, ST Segar, SE Miller, B Isua, M Sisol, G Aubona, P Šimek, M Moos, ...
Ecology letters 21 (1), 83-92, 2018
382018
The dominant exploiters of the fig/pollinator mutualism vary across continents, but their costs fall consistently on the male reproductive function of figs
ST Segar, JM Cook
Ecological Entomology 37 (5), 342-349, 2012
332012
The global phylogeny of the subfamily Sycoryctinae (Pteromalidae): parasites of an obligate mutualism
ST Segar, C Lopez-Vaamonde, JY Rasplus, JM Cook
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65 (1), 116-125, 2012
282012
How to be a fig wasp down under: the diversity and structure of an Australian fig wasp community
ST Segar, DW Dunn, CT Darwell, JM Cook
Acta Oecologica 57, 17-27, 2014
262014
The role of evolution in shaping ecological networks
ST Segar, TM Fayle, DS Srivastava, TM Lewinsohn, OT Lewis, V Novotny, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 35 (5), 454-466, 2020
242020
Pollination along an elevational gradient mediated both by floral scent and pollinator compatibility in the fig and fig‐wasp mutualism
D Souto‐Vilarós, M Proffit, B Buatois, M Rindos, M Sisol, T Kuyaiva, B Isua, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (6), 2256-2273, 2018
222018
Determinants of litter decomposition rates in a tropical forest: functional traits, phylogeny and ecological succession
P Szefer, CP Carmona, K Chmel, M Konečná, M Libra, K Molem, ...
Oikos 126 (8), 1101-1111, 2017
202017
High specialization and limited structural change in plant‐herbivore networks along a successional chronosequence in tropical montane forest
CM Redmond, J Auga, B Gewa, ST Segar, SE Miller, K Molem, ...
Ecography 42 (1), 162-172, 2019
162019
A cross‐continental comparison of assemblages of seed‐and fruit‐feeding insects in tropical rain forests: Faunal composition and rates of attack
Y Basset, C Dahl, R Ctvrtecka, S Gripenberg, OT Lewis, ST Segar, ...
Journal of Biogeography 45 (6), 1395-1407, 2018
132018
Variably hungry caterpillars: predictive models and foliar chemistry suggest how to eat a rainforest
ST Segar, M Volf, B Isua, M Sisol, CM Redmond, ME Rosati, B Gewa, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1866), 20171803, 2017
132017
Speciation in a keystone plant genus is driven by elevation: a case study in New Guinean Ficus
ST Segar, M Volf, J Zima Jnr, B Isua, M Sisol, L Sam, K Sam, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 30 (3), 512-523, 2017
132017
Detecting the elusive cost of parasites on fig seed production
ST Segar, A Mardiastuti, PM Wheeler, JM Cook
Acta Oecologica 90, 69-74, 2018
122018
Temporal segregation between dung-inhabiting beetle and fly species
FXJ Sladecek, ST Segar, C Lee, R Wall, M Konvicka
PLoS One 12 (1), e0170426, 2017
122017
The Saturniidae of Barro Colorado Island, Panama: A model taxon for studying the long‐term effects of climate change?
Y Basset, GPA Lamarre, T Ratz, ST Segar, T Decaëns, R Rougerie, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (23), 9991-10004, 2017
112017
Phylogenetic trophic specialization: a robust comparison of herbivorous guilds
LR Jorge, V Novotny, ST Segar, GD Weiblen, SE Miller, Y Basset, ...
Oecologia 185 (4), 551-559, 2017
92017
Insect herbivory and herbivores of Ficus species along a rain forest elevational gradient in Papua New Guinea
K Sam, B Koane, L Sam, A Mrazova, S Segar, M Volf, M Moos, P Simek, ...
Biotropica 52 (2), 263-276, 2020
82020
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